The City of Ottawa has initiated a functional planning study to improve connectivity between the Osgoode Pathway, renamed the Doug Thompson Pathway, and Manotick Village. The study primarily focuses on two segments; (i) Mitch Owens Road and Dozois Road between River Rd. and Longshadow St., and (ii) Rideau Forest neighbourhood between St. Mark’s School and the Doug Thompson Pathway.
Review and comment on the functional design
Mitch Owens Road: The City proposes to implement enhanced paved shoulders on Mitch Owens Road between River Road and Dozois Road. Along the frontage of George Nelms Park and St Marks Catholic School a pathway is proposed. These would be shared facilities for use by residents both on foot and on bike.
Rideau Forest Neighbourhood Route: For the eastern segment of the project the link follows local streets and an existing off-road pathway through the Rideau Forest Neighbourhood. Wayfinding signage is provided, and pavement markings indicate sharing of the road. The segment of Gough Road between Dutchess Crescent and the Doug Thompson pathway is proposed to be widened to include paved shoulders.
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Tell Us What You Think
Please review the project information and design drawings by March 20, 2018. If you have any comments on this proposal, please provide them using the online feedback form or directly to the project manager listed below.
Comments received from the public will be considered during the detailed design phase which will begin later in 2018.
For further information contact:
Project Manager - Cycling
110 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1
613-580-2424, ext. 20234